Monday, February 6, 2023

Learning to deal with labor market uncertainty

Sylwia Ziemacka talked to Cezary Maciołek, President of the Progres Group.The labor market seems to be doing quite well considering the current unemployment rates,...

Revolution in the drug discovery process in the biotechnology market

Sylwia Ziemacka talks to Janusz Homa, CEO & Co-Founder of Ardigen S.A.What is Ardigen’s profile? What exactly do you do?A significant problem in modern...

Securing a good life, with a little help

Poland Weekly talked to Anna Suwalska MD, PhD, a Sense Med Concept expert, about her New Year’s resolution, life in harmony and a holistic...

Startups in Poland

Only 7 per cent of start-ups at the time of the survey felt a decline in foreign investors' interest in the Polish market. A...

Three Seas Region right on track

Almost 4,500 km of High Speed Railway lines are planned for the Three Seas Region. The first sections should be launched as early as...

Hand painted playing cards

Decks of cards illustrated with beautiful watercolors by artist Jagna Wróblewska and printed in premium quality. Instead of traditional figures, there are animals, and each box of the limited series of 500 pieces is hand-numbered. The collector’s value of the gift is explained above all by Jagna Wróblewska’s huge portfolio – her portraits of Lech Wałęsa and Wladymir Zełenski are works that have made a strong mark on the young Polish art market.

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Marta Kalinowska
Marta Kalinowska
She taught fashion to students at the Academy of Fine Arts, but she wrote her first textbook about the principles of corporate dress code. In the magazine, Elle was the head of the Fashion Department, today she co-runs the boutique Hartwig agency. He works for brands from the fashion, beauty and life style industries. It works by combining extremes and contrasts - both when coming up with events, as well as advertising and image campaigns. Each project starts from the visual side, the reality is perceived by trends and colors.
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